Thursday, July 3, 2014

The Blue Angels for Kids

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"The Blue Angels For Kids"








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2 comments:

  1. I read the book and it's a handy little guide. It's nice to see the names of these maneuvers that I've seen so many times. However, I'd like to point out that your explanation of angle of attack is incorrect. The angle of attack is the angle between the direction that the plane is pointing and the direction that the air is flowing over it. If a plane rolled onto its side but kept its nose pointing at the horizon and pulled back on the stick, it would have a high angle of attack but still be pointing at the horizon.

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  2. Thank You Curtis!
    I'm wondering how I can modify it. Seems like the explanation in the book is only good for the maneuver shown on that page. I'll fix it for the next revision!

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